At the 2021 Bitcoin Conference in Miami, El Salvador’s President Nayib Bukele showed up through a Zoom presentation and pointed out that he plans to submit a bill next week to recognize Bitcoin as legal tender. Bukele revealed its partnership with Strike, a bitcoin payment company founded by Jack Mallers.
Progressive President Nayib Bukele (Nayib Bukele) stated that Bitcoin will become the legal tender of El Salvador
- El Salvador hopes to be the first country to adopt Bitcoin (BTC) as its legal tender, as the country’s President Nayib Bukele announced El Salvador’s support for BTC at the 2021 Bitcoin Conference in Miami .
- Bukele revealed that the country has established a partnership with Strike, a lightning network payment company created by Jack Mallers.
- Marles explained during the meeting that with the “voice that Bitcoin hears around the world,” it will decline. Mallers added: “The change here is that Bitcoin is both the largest reserve asset in history and an excellent currency network. Holding Bitcoin provides a way to protect developing economies from the potential impact of fiat currency inflation. method.”
- “Next week, I will submit a bill to Congress that will make Bitcoin in El Salvador legal tender. In the short term, this will create jobs and help provide financial inclusion,” Nayib Bukele Say Pass Zoom at the meeting.
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- After the President of El Salvador announced that the bill would be submitted, the participants were very excited.The news of course spread on encrypted forums and started trend The same is true on social media.
- Since taking office in 2019, Nayib Bukele (Nayib Bukele) is known for his progress, having previously talked about Bitcoin. “A small step for Bitcoin. A big step for mankind. Thanks, Jack Marles, you did [history] Today, “a person Tweet.
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